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Friday, December 19, 2014

What is Next For Censorship?

For John, BLUFI am surprised the Mainstream Media hasn't picked up on the long term risks inherent.  Nothing to see here; just move along.

From Pajamas Media we have Bridget Johnson and "Psaki:  Kim Jong-un Comedy Totally Different from Mohammed Film Slammed by State Dept."

She is talking about Ms Jen Psaki, Spokesperson for the Department of State.

Psaki said she wouldn’t compare the comedy about the assassination of Kim Jong-un to the Mohammed film initially blamed for the Benghazi attack, a movie heavily criticized by the State Department.

“I would not put them in the same category, which I’m sure does not surprise you,” Psaki said. “We don’t have — it’s a fiction movie. It’s not a documentary about our relationship with the United — with North Korea. It’s not something we backed, supported or necessarily have an opinion on from here.”

Ms Psaki may see them as different, but that doesn't mean it is so.  Recent events show the answer to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's one time question:
What difference, at this point, does it make?
A heck of a lot.

Who, at this point, is going to stand up for us?

Regards  —  Cliff

1 comment:

Neal said...

I think America and Americans had better stand up right now and actively oppose this crime being committed on our country and society. The price of silence or equivocation is the very continued existence of First Amendment rights. To acquiesce in any way to the demands and subterfuge of NK is to surrender any semblance of SOVEREIGNTY to any low life hack with a laptop and Internet connection.

The American public had better start clamoring for action. Hacking and threats resulting from such is as much a threat on a free America as was the attack on Pearl Harbor. The world is a very hard place to live, and if you allow just one other entity the luxury of unanswered bullying, you will be prey to everybody. There was a time when "Don't Tread on Me" meant something other than sloganeering.